If you have a passion for healthy food, building community and being earth-friendly, your next dream job might be found at Whole Foods.
On November 2, the grocer is hosting a National Hiring Day at all of its U.S. stores with a goal of hiring 6,000 new Team Members.
The nationwide event includes full-time and part-time opportunities for both seasonal and permanent positions, including cashiers, culinary experts and prepared foods specialists. Candidates can visit any of the 451 US Whole Foods Market stores on November 2 and receive an interview, with opportunities for on-the-spot job offers. Oh and ditch the pant-suit, a casual dress code is encouraged when applying to Whole Foods jobs. Come as you are!
Whole Foods Market offers some of the best perks in the business for both full-time and part-time team members:
- 20% in-store discount
- Competitive pay & health and dental benefits
- Flexible schedules and an empowered environment
- Opportunities to move around and grow with the company
1. Bring an updated resume
While it’s not required to bring one, having an up-to-date resume will help hiring managers get a better sense of your skills and background.
2. Prepare for the interview
Be ready to talk about your work history, and why you’d be a good fit for the job you applied for. It also helps to know Whole Foods’ core values and to tell them why you want to work at Whole Foods Market.
3. Consider applying online
Save time on the day of, by filling out an application online. No time? No problem, come to your local Whole Foods on Nov. 2 and fill out an application on site.
4. Research Whole Foods’ company culture & what employees say
The grocer’s Glassdoor profile has everything you’ll need to figure out if Whole Foods has the job that’ll fit your life.